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This place was a nightmare no bathrooms easy acessible only on the 7th floor (1 shower and toilet) 10th floor being renovated and on the 11th floor.
we were moved 4times in one night as we had been put 'on the wrong floor' and 'shouldnt...More
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If travelling on a budget this no frills hostel is a good option. When I was there the elevator did not work properly but otherwise all was well functioning. The pool I found a great extra, although I did not find the time to use...More
You certainly don't expect a lot from a hostel in this price segment at the big apple.
Firstly, the room was really small! The shared bathrooms couldn't give us a better impression, but seemed to be pretty much clean.
This part of the neighborhood of...More
My friend and I spent three nights there and we were just looking for a good place with a reasonable price for us. Because we used to spend all day in Manhattan and just went back to YMCA to rest at night, our experience was...More
$82 - $145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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